Yes, it offer actionable advice, even if it the message is not always welcomed. Idea people often don't want to hear the their ideas aren;t important unless executable.
Okay, some of the other reviews are giving Don Hagan a bad wrap. He did a great job delivering the information with a fatherly tone. There are always multiple way to go with delivery. Don Hagan's director obviously wanted fatherly. Yes, it could have been delivered like a motivational speech, but it wasn't, however the delivery is great none the less.
No, too long, plus it's a good commute book.
In the past I though of many ideas that did not see the live. After listening to this book, I got answers to why. Well written and organized with real life example. Many thanks to the author and the narrator.
I fully recommend this book to creative people whom want their ideas to become a reality
I actually can't write a review of the actual contents of this book because the computer reading it was so f***ing annoying that I just couldn't take it. I listen for at least 2 hours and got nothing out of it because the inflections, emphasis and lilt of the voice is just wrong enough that I found myself trying to interpret what it was trying to say and once you start concentrating on the details like this, the message is lost. It droned in my ear in a tone akin to fingernails on a black board and I found myself repeating a new manta ... 'you gotta be kidding me! you gotta be kidding me!'
All kidding aside, this reading is bad, really bad. So much so that I honestly believe it verges on fraudulent. There should be a warning somewhere stating "THIS BOOK IS NOT READ BY A HUMAN". This was the first, and last book I'll buy from Audible until I see warnings like that because I don't want to take a chance and waste my money on another book as horrible as this one.
ZEN. LDS. GTD. FTW.
If you don't read many books, and you want to understand how creative people think, there may be something new in here for you.
The book goes on and on without actually saying anything, and I think the narrator did what he could with what he had.
I think it describes creative people pretty well, and the stereotypes involved.
I couldn't finish it. My time is valuable, and I wasn't getting any useful tips from it so I cut it short less than half way. Perhaps the second half is "bottom heavy" with great information, but I doubt it.
this book couldn't hold my attention. Maybe that says something about me but I don't think so.